β€œDissent isn't important for the information that it gives, it's important because it challenges your thinking. When you're interacting with someone who honestly believes something very different than yourself, and they're willing to persist, and to even pay a price, you can't easily dismiss them. Their challenge gets you to reassess your own position.”—Charlan Nemeth


freakonomics.com/podcast/creat

"In February 2019, in celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the development of WorldWideWeb, a group of developers and designers convened at CERN to rebuild the original browser within a contemporary browser, allowing users around the world to experience the rather humble origins of this transformative technology."

worldwideweb.cern.ch/

"It became clear to her that the occupation’s takeover by men in the ’90s had turned into a self-perpetuating cycle. Because almost everyone in charge was a white or Asian man, that was the model for whom to hire; managers recognized talent only when it walked and talked as they did."

nytimes.com/2019/02/13/magazin

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